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Chase Fleming Asset Management – US Dollar Bond Fund

Thursday, 12th October 2000.



Type: SICAV.



Aim: Income from investing in American securities.



Minimum investment: $10,000.



Place of registration: Luxemburg.



Investment split: Corporate bonds 35 per cent, mortgage-backed securities 35 per cent, US Treasury bills 22 per cent, asset backed securities 7 per cent, collateralised mortgage-backed securities 1 per cent.



Yield: 7.68 per cent.



Charges: Initial 3 per cent, annual 0.75 per cent.



Commission: Initial 3 per cent.



Tel: 0800 269843.


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